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Corporate communication of financial risk

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This study provides insights on the Financial Risk Management Disclosure (FRMD) patterns of Australian listed resource companies for the 2002–2006 period leading up to and immediately following adoption of the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). Regression analysis demonstrates that corporate governance and capital raisings of firms are significant and positively associated with FRMD patterns. In contrast, overseas stock exchange listing of firms is significantly negatively associated with FRMD patterns. The findings show that the introduction of IFRS changes corporation’s willingness to communicate risk information.
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Keywords: Audit qualification; Capital raisings; Corporate governance; Financial risk management; IFRS; M49; Overseas listing

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2010-06-01

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